Tlaquepaque and Sedona Red Rock Senior Session

Woodland Hills Senior Photography

“Do all the other things, the ambitious things—travel, get rich, get famous, innovate, lead, fall in love, make and lose fortunes…but as you do, to the extent that you can, err in the direction of kindness.” —George Saunders This sweet senior is the definition of Kindness and is what made me think of the above … Read more

Northern Arizona University Senior Photography Session

I just love living in the college town of Flagstaff.  Northern Arizona University, with its 20,000 students, brings so much to the table.  Each year, I get symphony tickets, go see various plays, volunteer with my alumni sorority, get to see some great collegiate sporting events and even get to use the Sky Dome to … Read more

Senior Session in the Golden Aspens and Urban Downtown

“Do not follow where the path may lead. Go, instead, where there is no path and leave a trail.”– Ralph Waldo Emerson Have you ever been to an aspen grove when the leaves are golden?  If you haven’t, make the time.  And by time, I suggest at least two to three hours to just sit … Read more

Senior Session with Percussion and Mountain Biking

“My wish for you is that this life becomes all that you want it to. Your dreams stay big, your worries stay small and that you never need to carry more than you can hold.”– Rascal Flatts Mountain bikes, marimbas, marching bands, and off-road jeeps…perfect combinations.  It was a great time to spend with this … Read more

Fiona | {Flagstaff Senior Photography}

One of the best things about being a High School Senior Photographer in Flagstaff and Sedona is meeting such wonderful and talented young people.  Fiona is graduating from Flagstaff High School next May.  This young lady has quite the list of accomplishments, many of them centered around her violin talents.  She’s been playing since the … Read more

Kendall & Leah {Sisters of the Heart | Tangled Lilac Photography}

Flagstaff Senior Photography

In 2010 I taught a workshop for beginner photographers called “Picture This“.   In developing the class syllabus, I quickly realized that I needed some models.  Being that Kendall’s mom, Kirsten, was a friend of mine and a workshop attendee (the workshop was promoted through her then store, About Memories and More), it wasn’t hard getting … Read more